Various Entrepreneurs From Around The World Tell Stories Behind Their Success & Accomplishments
Success is a process, not an event. To do any great task, you must first begin from somewhere. This could be the start of a new idea, a new road, a new approach, or a new business. In our everyday life, we frequently end up focusing on achieving what others consider to be a success rather than returning to our original goal or purpose. In this interview series, we spoke with a variety of entrepreneurs and leaders from around the world to learn how some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs and leaders faced adversity and succeeded.
Indiana Gregg is the founder and CEO of WeDo, a new app that simplifies work for small business owners, gig workers and freelancers. In Indy’s app, users can connect, make and receive payment and network within their community. Indy created the app during the pandemic and the Great Recession.
Here’s what Indy has to say about some of the difficulties she faced on her journey to becoming an entrepreneur / CEO.
“Entrepreneurship isn’t ever easy. It takes grit and belief. When I first started out, probably the biggest challenge was being a woman in tech. It was very difficult. You’d be the only woman in the room talking about a build, and the guys would act like you should be out getting them some coffee. Even now, as the CEO of a fintech, I’m told that I won’t be needed on a tech call even if I’m the only technical person in the conference call.